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Xerox split

Xerox lays out BPO breakup plan

Xerox has detailed the plans that will see the legendary compute company split itself into two different branches. The former photocopy king says that it has named Ashok Vemuri as the CEO of what will become the Xerox Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) company. "Ashok's deep industry experience and proven track record of …
Shaun Nichols, 14 Jun 2016
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Openreach boss quits BT in midst of split uncertainty

BT's Openreach chief Joe Garner has quit the telecoms giant during a deeply unsettling time for the firm's infrastructure division. Calls for Openreach to be divorced from the one-time state monopoly have been intensifying in recent weeks as UK communications regulator Ofcom mulls such a split. BT has not yet lined up a …
Kelly Fiveash, 16 Nov 2015
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HP Inc shares rocket 13% on Wall Street debut after split

Hewlett Packard's split on Sunday created an interesting moment on the New York stock market today: shares in HP Inc jumped more than 13 per cent, while HP Enterprise watched its shares fall as much as five per cent. The two firms' first, tentative steps away from each other tell us that HP Inc's PCs and printers please the …
Kelly Fiveash, 2 Nov 2015

From the frying pan, into the fire: HP Services veteran Craig Wilson is off

Former HP Enterprise Services UK chief Craig Wilson is to take control at London-listed software and BPO provider Xchanging from the start of next year. For the past 11 or so months, Wilson – who was replaced at HP ES by Jacqui Ferguson, one-time chief of staff for CEO Meg Whitman – was veep of corporate restructuring to …
Paul Kunert, 16 Sep 2015
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Insiders BAFFLED: HP split-up inexplicably NOT a disaster

The separation of HP, the biggest ever of its kind in tech corporate history - with a similarly enormous potential for disaster - is going through without any operational explosions, dumfounded insiders familiar with the process have told the Register. From this month, the US monster split the PC and print business from the …
Paul Kunert, 24 Aug 2015
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AMD: We're not splitting our gfx and servers biz, ignore all the rumours

Under-the-weather chip maker AMD is denying that it is mulling a break-up or spin-off – but both analysts and channel customers agree something has to change if the firm is to survive prosper. A report in Reuters told the world that Lisa Su, the latest top exec at AMD, is exploring all possibilities to steer the company toward …
Paul Kunert, 24 Jun 2015
Railway line split. Pic: Ian Sane

Splitters! CSC to break itself into pieces following job cull

The break-up craze among the largest tech vendors may have reached the channel, with talk that CSC will separate its North America government unit from the rest of the private-sector sales organisation. The split could come as early as next week, according to Reuters, when the loss-making company takes the covers off its …
Paul Kunert, 15 May 2015

HP warns channel types ahead of split: Hold on, it's gonna get bumpy

HP GPC 2015 The first day at HP’s Global Partner knees-up was programme heavy with schemes aimed at smoothing the split between the organisation - pre and post event - which the business fully admits is going to get bumpy. First up is Partner Navigator, exclusively revealed by us last week, which involves HP providing a funded head in the …
Paul Kunert, 16 Mar 2015

Symantec: Corporate divorce starts on April Fool's Day

Symantec is to operate as two separate storage and security organisations from April Fool’s Day, as the deadly serious game of long-term survival begins in earnest. “We have begun to realign the sales and marketing organisations to support both businesses, starting with two new global sales leaders: Adrian Jones for Symantec …
Paul Kunert, 5 Mar 2015
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You'll never believe it: Apple stock is going for CHEAP

Frantic fanboi investors might be freaking out today as Apple stocks appear to have lost 85 per cent of their value over the weekend, with the price dropping from around $645 to an opening price of $92.22. But fear not, Apple lovers. The apparent plummet is just a bit of share shuffling to try to reignite investor interest in …
Team Register, 9 Jun 2014
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Sun's not so cheap trick doesn't work

Sun's share price has fallen so low it is about the same as before last year's reverse stock split. So is Sun turning into another Unisys? In September 2007 Sun proposed a 1:4 reverse stock split (stock consolidation) to its shareholders as its share price headed down to $5, continuing a long fall. The three benefits were said …
Chris Mellor, 10 Oct 2008

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